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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 27, 2014

The federal government has released its environmental review on the potential impacts of seismic surveying on the Atlantic outer continental shelf (OCS) – testing that’s key to future oil and natural gas development off the U.S. coast, from Delaware to central Florida. That development could significantly add to domestic energy production, create jobs and stimulate economic growth and strengthen America’s energy security.

By permitting seismic surveying in the Atlantic and including Atlantic lease sales in the federal government’s next five-year leasing plan, we could see major benefits, according to a study by Quest Offshore Resources.

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